Marble for Phoenician Purple. Classical Sculpture on the Levantine Coast

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  • Dagmara Wielgosz-Rondolino

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starożytność, cywilizacja fenicka, marmur - surowiec -- pochodzenie, rzeźby marmurowe starożytne

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Marble artefacts were distributed to cities of the Phoenician Levantine coast since the Archaic period. They were a sign of economic prosperity and growing Hellenization of this area. Some surviving hon¬orific statues, funerary portraits and mythological sculptures are now kept in the Archaeological Museum in Tartus. They were made of the most precious marbles used in the Graeco-Roman world: the marble from Mount Pentelikon and from the island of Paros

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2014-01-01

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Wielgosz-Rondolino, D. (2014). Marble for Phoenician Purple. Classical Sculpture on the Levantine Coast. Archeologia, 7–18. Pobrano z https://journals.iaepan.pl/arch/article/view/525

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